Most people keep talking about an excellent restaurant when the Italian is particularly noble, or the view over the whole town is fantastic. Globetrotters are already more demanding and tell of impressive underwater restaurants. In these frosty caves, the fingers almost stick to the glass or downright trendy restaurants which only have a burger on the menu and are still fully booked every day. We gave the “special” rating for crazy restaurants that are so crazy that a restaurant on a treehouse is almost unimaginative.
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Ninja restaurant, New York
Most walk past the unsightly entrance and even those who found the entrance believe they were wrong at the door. The fact that the restaurant is not visible from the outside is on the floor because the ninja waiter picks the guests up after confirming the reservation, and the elevator takes them down one level. In the basement, a small Japanese village was built, and the tables are housed in single houses. In crazy America, you don’t even see a scene like this. The facility, which is more like a Zen garden, still doesn’t reveal the full extent of the show to the visitors and the unique features that are offered. Not only is each waiter dressed as a ninja-including a sword-but he also behaves like that. The menu comes with a roar, and this is quite scary because the ninjas sneak up very quietly. Ninja screams accompany the entire evening, including show fights, but they’re not the only ones. Relatively elaborately, special ninja menus are staged, wrapping the aisles in fog and coming to the table with the impressive help of the swords, which causes a lot of amazing faces.
It is the overall artistic impression, the combination of funny insoles and body control and New York’s purportedly best steak. Envelop the aisles in the fog and come to the table with the impressive help of the swords, causing many astonishing faces. It is the overall artistic impression, the combination of funny insoles and body control and New York’s purportedly best steak. Envelop the aisles in the fog and come to the table with the impressive help of the swords, causing many astonishing faces. It is the overall artistic impression, the combination of funny insoles and body control and New York’s purportedly best steak.
Cereal Killer Café, London
A culinary trip around the world in cornflakes-at least that promises the Northern Irish twins Alan and Gery. A guest can eat breakfast cereal in the Cereal Killer Café every day for ten years, and still never has the same thing on the plate, sorry in the bowl. How could it be? Over 120 cereal types from around the world and 30 milk types result in 3600 different combinations. After an extensive local tour, the idea arose when the two got hungry and found only pasta, pizza or hot dogs. They found it strange that not a single place sold the national breakfast in a country where £60 m of cereals were being turned over annually. What added to their success was the fact that restaurants were on the rise in London, which on their menu offered no more than two necessary ingredients. In one fell swoop so many hipsters, retro and childhood memories that long lines formed in front of the bar from seven in the morning to ten in the evening. This concept and the run on cornflakes also inspired others, and so trendsetters in London can now eat cornflakes sandwiches in a different place. The twins were also helped by the fact that they opened their café in one of the city’s poorest quarters, and that the criticism instead led to crowds running in droves. Meanwhile, you can not only have breakfast all day but also enjoy the cocktail after-work. Of course, from the gummy bear tube, in the form of chopped corn flakes, milk and honey.
Titanic Theater Restaurant, Williamstown
Admittedly, the atmosphere and menu are horrible, after the Titanic sinking all night is played out deceptively real, and the dining room is reproduced true to the original as well. Passengers are allowed to either travel first or second class. Expressly needing stylishly fitting clothing. In particular, the choice of 20s dress is not uncommon for birthday rounds, and there is no time difference between the service staff. Unlike the time, the captain doesn’t dine at the table with the classy passengers, but brings the best of shows and sings through the dining room. By the way, in this theatre, the moth is a law and those who do not adhere to clothing regulations or boarding time are restrictively missing the port’s exit.
Count Dracula Club, Bucharest
Bring your own garlic, please! This restaurant is positioned in the middle of Bucharest and shows how Grad Dracula lived and dined. The candlelight on the stone walls may still seem romantic at first, and amuse visitors rather than scare them. When you enter one of the seven thematic areas at the latest, this tends to arouse fear. Fast none of the guests can avoid looking over their shoulders while eating Mina’s Salad or the van Helsing Teller. To the hardcore vampires, we recommend the “chapel,” which has nothing to do with the harmless church. Please dress warmly, because the skulls in this room are causing cold showers at the back while eating. They are included in the Halloween sensation, only real and creepy. Is the dark sauce colour actually from red wine? It’s clear that Halloween fans of the cruel and blood-crazy Transylvanian count feel at home here-but that all the seats are occupied on Valentine’s Day, however, is somehow a mystery.
Barbie Cafe Taipei
In the world’s first Barbie café, pink macarons are still the most common thing. Taiwanese love thematic restaurants, so it’s no surprise that Mattel has awarded the first license to the Sinlaku restaurant chain based in Taipei. Opened in early 2013 following an investment of the equivalent of 1.2 million euros, the visitor believes he sees everything through pink glasses. It’s not just a mirage, but it looks like this: pink wallpaper, pink bow chairs, pink tulle skirts waitresses. Despite the considerable size of 660m2, not a single accessory deviates from the theme in this restaurant. Even the cappuccino’s milk foam adorns the portrait of the now 50-year-old blonde who doesn’t want to get older and who likes to combine a cake with his coffee, is not spared here either: the icing copy thrones on the cream cake. Negotiations were said to be tough, but Mattel needed a replacement for China’s Barbie Wonderland, which had to close again after just two years due to a lack of success. The residents in the country of unchecked economic growth knew neither what Barbie stood for, nor precisely what she looked like.
Given that sales didn’t want to roll, replacements had to be found urgently, and it’s not surprising that the presence was chosen in Taipei’s most popular shopping area. After all, there travel not only Taiwanese people but also countless tourists from all over Asia. Although the Barbie café operators repeatedly emphasize that their target group is small girls, this disclaims the case that, on the one hand, there are calories in the menu and, on the other hand, they sell mainly fashion in adult sizes and even furnishings. On the other hand, it is unknown whether the living barbie doll, the Russian Valeria Lukyanova, has already visited her great idol’s pilgrimage site and how many girls stopped eating after a selfie in front of the larger-than-life idolized figure on the wall, at least in terms of the figure to become more similar. However, anyone who hopes to find his fairy tale prince Ken here is on the wrong track: men in Barbie café are extremely rare or not to be found.
On the other hand, the pilgrimage site of her great idol is unknown, nor is it known how many girls stopped eating after taking a selfie on the wall in front of the larger-than-life idol to at least be more similar to their idol. However, anyone who hopes to find his fairy tale prince Ken here is on the wrong track: men in Barbie café are extremely rare or not to be found. On the other hand, the pilgrimage site of her great idol is unknown, nor is it known how many girls stopped eating after taking a selfie on the wall in front of the larger-than-life idol to at least be more similar to their idol. However, anyone who hopes to find his fairy tale prince Ken here is on the wrong track: men in Barbie café are extremely rare or not to be found.
Dinner in the Sky, worldwide
Space for up to 22 people, hood-level menu and worldwide bookable-What’s unique about this? The dining round table eats at 50 meters above sea level. A crane pulls the illustrious and hopefully vertigo-free round to a height of 50 metres after all the guests have taken a seat. Cooking and cooking included, as the warm dishes are also prepared on a special grill far above ground level. But it can and will not all be so firmly anchored that it can not fall down. Despite the unusual location, wine glasses, cutlery, and plates should remain mobile. A mocha spoon may mutate into a projectile and cause a severe commotion. If you don’t want to wait unto the home town unique restaurant makes a guest appearance and has the necessary change, it can be rented explicitly by the event team too. Not for the weak of heart but “only” with a high open-air atmosphere that’s why fifth place.
Solar Villaseca, Vicuna
Grilled steak with no typical barbecue smell? The epitome of a sustainable economy and ecological use in all spheres of life is unthinkable for some, for others. Admittedly, the sight is bizarre, and the first impression makes visitors think about a research centre’s miniature version for contacting extraterrestrials. If you just want to cook and grill with solar energy, you need a little more utensils, and they look like small satellite dishes and are breathtaking due to the many foils of aluminium. From bread to vegetables to steak, it all cooks exclusively with the sun. Grilled goat cheese, a Chilean speciality, is popular although the more appropriate term would be “solar.” With around $10,000 in United Nations subsidies to build a 24 seat restaurant. Although demand, which consists mainly of package tourists, could take up a few more places, it is simply not manageable logistically. After all, a stew already takes a good two hours with normal cooking on the stove-only around twice solar-fired. If you don’t tolerate the heat well and like to dine in the summer on shady terraces, be warned: the umbrellas are counterproductive wherever you cook with the sun. The only alternative is the crooked, thatched, wooden hut’s inside. After all, a stew already takes a good two hours with normal cooking on the stove-only around twice solar-fired. If you don’t tolerate the heat well and like to dine in the summer on shady terraces, be warned: the umbrellas are counterproductive wherever you cook with the sun. The only alternative is the crooked, thatched, wooden hut’s inside. After all, a stew already takes a good two hours with normal cooking on the stove-only around twice solar-fired. If you don’t tolerate the heat well and like to dine in the summer on shady terraces, be warned: the umbrellas are counterproductive wherever you cook with the sun. The only alternative is the crooked, thatched, wooden hut’s inside.
Conflict Kitchen, Pittsburgh
Self-service container kitchen, and beer garden flair. Nothing special and just as insane at first glance is that the menu changes regularly. So how does this location find its way into our ranking of the world’s ten craziest restaurants? As the name suggests, the program is a conflict, referring not too small protests against the food industry but to the foreign-policy conflicts in the US. Rightly enough, only dishes are served from those countries with which the United States’ diplomatic relations are somewhat hypothermic. Currently, the menu includes Palestinian dishes which have replaced those of North Korea.
On top of that, Cuba and Iran’s permanent topic anyway. The practical design of the container also allows the exterior facade to be adapted practically overnight to the respective country. Fittingly, “Afghan cuisine” was not written in English on the panels, but in Arabic characters and as Cascina del Conflicto, Venezuela represented the operators. Not all criticisms, and certainly not those from the countries concerned, are limited to diplomatically worded convictions, including non-frequenting which is politically correct. While demand and number of visitors allowed expansion, including moving to a larger restaurant, Pittsburgh adheres strictly to the concept of self-service and also to the fact that only one employee can order through a tiny peep window and the food can be collected through it. In one of the last re-sticking campaigns, conventional panes may have been replaced by safety glass, and this is unlikely to shift in the future given the American interference in nearly every source of conflict in the world. Neither are ideas running out for new dishes.
Royal Dragon, Bangkok
Starlight Express in Asian-because sometimes the distance between the kitchen and table is 300 meters, the waiters were simply fitted with roller skates. Meanwhile, this practical solution of the long distances has become a trademark, and there are also cable winches on which the waiters are juggling steaming pots. This show, however, is nothing more than the enormously large logistical handling. Until 2008 the Royal Dragon holds the title of the world’s largest restaurant with 5000 seats on an area of 16,000 m2. Even today, people take pride in this award and present the Guinness Book of Records certificate right at the entrance. This flows through the participants of guided tour groups, who are flocked by bus. The restaurant couldn’t be filled any other way, and despite all the media hype, it’s never been fully booked. Not even the unique and varied shows, in which boxing matches sometimes take place between the tables, will allow the 650 kitchen staff to reach their limits. They are necessary though because Asians are renowned for their speed, which they do not take off when eating, and so the crew manages to prepare and bring up to 3000 meals an hour to the tables. European visitors are better off and can follow the flying catering to the end and still make videos of the dessert dance performances. We are: performing an unintentionally world-class musical,
Alcatraz ER, Tokyo
One motto isn’t enough to stand out from the crowd; that’s why our winner in the world category’s craziest restaurants has two in the name, and a third because of the menu. Because it only barely misses the boundary of good taste for western tourists but is indispensable due to the Japanese people’s excentric preferences, this is not found in the usual travel guides. But first things first: You must announce your blood type at the door by pressing a button to get to the prison emergency room in the first place. You’ve been unlucky if you don’t dare to reach between the bars-the door only works electronically. Once inside, a nurse outfit waitress handcuffs and accompanies her to the table which is in a cell. The door closes after the shoes are removed, and communication takes place through the bars without exception, and only after the guest has knocked on the metal bars. While they study drinks, most guests break out in laughter. It’s no wonder if there’s a cocktail called Vibrator-Spiel out of the syringe next to Red Bull and toys are provided promptly. Don’t worry, mixing the ingredients is used-but this is real. Hospital and jail also mean serving the dishes in bedpans. Which brings us to the menu, Japanese special preferences, and the third motto: Fried rice, which is called boobs and looks like it, represents the most harmless variants of the dishes.
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